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Dr. Robert Malone Tried to Warn Us...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 2 d ago

Dr. Robert Malone Tried to Warn Us...

"Us now is doctor Robert Malone to his great credit. His wisdom is clairvoyance and his courage tried to warn us. If there was a T-shirt that somebody earned, it would be doctor Robert Malone walking around with a T-shirt that said, I tried to warn you and boy did he try to warn us. Doctor Robert Malone, welcome back to the program. Generally, it's always my pleasure. Anytime you want me on, you just have to whistle. Thank you. Well, we whistled early this morning and you said yes, doctor Malone, let me get your immediate reaction to the Pfizer video that came out last week. What's your reaction? Well, I think you probably saw it. It was appended to the video. They showed me the embargoed version and then immediately got my reactions, which were basically shock. Shock almost more at the cavalier attitude of the young physician and his complete lack of empathy and is smiling, joking, casualness about revealing the corruption of the government completely. The corruption of regulatory affairs, the casual approach towards gain of function research or directed evolution. I put out a substack in which I got the government's assessment of what is gain of function research and what they've been doing absolutely qualifies. But for me, the thing that was most stunning was just the casual attitude about something that has caused such huge, huge death and destruction all over the world.

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Jesus Came for Sinners

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:08 min | 3 d ago

Jesus Came for Sinners

"Pray the word with David Platt is a resource from radical .NET. Mark chapter two versus 16 and 17, and the scribes of the pharisees when they saw that Jesus was eating with sinners and tax collectors said to his disciples. Why does he eat with tax collectors and sinners? And when Jesus heard it, he said to them, those who are well have no need of a physician. But those who are sick, I came not to call the righteous, but sinners. There's so much. I love about this passage. And so much we could talk about in it. But what I want to point out in particular and lead us to pray according to is the dynamic at work here as tax collectors and senators are drawn to Jesus. These people who, especially the religious leaders, would have scoffed at their scoffing at them. They're drawn to Jesus. People who are in need of Salvation centers, people who see that they are sick, spiritually. They were drawn to Jesus and I just think about my life, I think about my family, I think about the church I'm a part of. I want to live and I want to be a part of a church where sinners feel welcome where people who are far from God feel loved and cared for and are drawn to, not because we are like the world, that's obviously not the case here. And Jesus life, he was totally different from the world in such a way that people were drawn to the grace and the mercy that was found in him. Oh, I want my life to look like that. I want my life to overflow with grace and mercy and love in such a way that people who are far from God. Through my life would be drawn to Jesus, I want to be a part of a church where people who are far from God are strangely drawn to the love and the grace and the mercy, they find in the body of Christ, so can we just pray that for our lives and for our churches that we are a part of God we pray that you would help us to live and assemble as your people and operate as your people and the churches were a part of in such a way that to use language from Mark two tax collectors and sinners find a welcome place there. And our lives and our homes and in our houses of worship as the body of Christ, God we pray you help us to love so well cares so well show such grace such mercy in our lives and in our churches that people are strangely drawn to you through us. God, please May that be so. We look around in our cities and our communities so many people in need of your grace and your love and your mercy. Even as we know, we're in need of your grace and your love and your mercy. So God help us to be active and sharing the gospel and inviting people to the gathering of your people and inviting people to see and encounter your love and God we pray that you would bless our lives and our churches to lead many people to you, Jesus, just like was happening here in Mark chapter two. God deliver us from any and every tendency towards self righteousness and toward cocooning ourselves as religious people in such a way that those who are far from you are not drawn to you through us and we pray this when it comes to the spread of the gospel of the nations we pray today for the Sudanese Arabs for Arabs and Sudan for Muslims across Sudan, God we pray for your blessing on the church in Sudan and South Sudan that churches in Sudan would be a welcome place for Muslims to find the peace of Jesus, God even as we pray that over Sudan we pray that our churches would be welcome places for Muslims to find the peace of Jesus and atheists to find the love of Jesus and all kinds of people from all kinds of different backgrounds to find you Jesus just as these tax collectors found you to be loving and caring toward them and Mark to God may it be true through our lives and our churches we pray according to Mark chapter two in Jesus name.

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The Four Marks of the Healthy Church

Truth For Life Daily Program

01:17 min | Last week

The Four Marks of the Healthy Church

"As a body, we need to be constantly checking our vital signs. When somebody falls over and passes out, the cry goes out for a physician, the physician comes and immediately begins to check the vital signs of the individual. Thereby determining whether this is a living body or whether it is, in fact, one that is no longer present. And by means of these signs, of course, the doctor seeks to establish the state of health of the one under examination. To this end, we return to familiar territory for us as a church in the closing verses of aix chapter two, seeking to determine the health of our church by asking ourselves what are the four distinctive marks of the healthy church? What are the four distinguishing marks of the healthy church? Now, obviously, there are more marks than these, but no church is healthy without these. And they are as follows. Number one, that the church is learning, number two, that the church is sharing. Number three that the church is worshiping, and number four that the church is growing, learning, sharing, worshiping, growing.

Twitter Censorship and the Covid Vaccine Debate

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:28 min | 3 weeks ago

Twitter Censorship and the Covid Vaccine Debate

"The latest drop of the Twitter files comes from the journalist Alex berenson now. I've had Alex on the show some months ago now. And Alex has been focused on science reporting and of late specifically on reporting about COVID. And what's kind of interesting about these Twitter files is that Twitter files involve Alex themselves. So it's particularly appropriate that he be the one to blow the whistle on it. And I think Elon Musk is being very clever, very strategic. Matt taibbi, Barry Weiss, and now Alex Alex berns and there have been a couple of others as well. Now, this story begins with a guy named Scott gottlieb and Scott gottlieb is a director of Pfizer, Pfizer, the medical company. And he's kind of a big name on Twitter. He has about 550 thousand Twitter followers. In any event, it turns out that he sees a tweet gottlieb does. And he goes, wow, this is a tweet that may not be good for Pfizer. This is a tweet that might hurt Pfizer mRNA vaccine sales. And the tweet was from, yeah, it wasn't from some activist, wasn't from Robert F. Kennedy, junior wasn't even from berenson. It was from doctor Brett giroir, a physician who also had been himself as gottlieb was head of the Food and Drug Administration. And the tweet was not an anti vaccine tweet. In fact, it ended by saying get vaccinated, but the tweet went on to say, hey, listen, it says that the. Immunity that you get from the vaccine may not be as great as natural immunity. In fact, natural immunity provides more protection than vaccine immunity. Now, this is, in fact, a, an accurate statement by doctor Gerard. And in fact, the doctors cited a prominent study, a peer reviewed study that showed this. So it wasn't just that he was claiming it. It was that he was documenting it, and it's not even that Scott gottlieb disagreed with him. Start Scott gottlieb agreed that the factual statement being made was true.

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AP: WHO knew of past sex misconduct claim against doctor

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 3 weeks ago

AP: WHO knew of past sex misconduct claim against doctor

"The World Health Organization claims zero tolerance for abusive behavior by staffers that an Associated Press review finds otherwise. Internal documents obtained by the AP show the World Health Organization knew of 2018 sexual misconduct charges, involving a staffer who was accused in a similar groping incident at a Berlin conference in October. In the first report in employee claims, temo walk in avalu, but his toes between her legs at a post work dinner then followed her out and grabbed at her. At the time of the second incident that physician still had high level support as he sought to become WHO's top official in the western Pacific, WHO's chief said he was horrified by the accusations, Wakanda value was suspended and an investigation was opened. The results are still pending. In another example, a panel appointed by the WHO found that more than 80 workers under their direction, sexually abused women during an Ebola outbreak in Congo, no senior officials tied to that exploitation have been fired. A former ombudsman told the AP they felt a dysfunctional system of justice at the organization led to another assault that could have been prevented. I'm Jennifer King

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Are We Going the Way of the Concierge Doctor?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Are We Going the Way of the Concierge Doctor?

"The next generation of physicians will be very different from the previous generations. We've gone from virtually every doctor worked for himself, which is the most beautiful way. To doctors now working for giant healthcare providers and hospitals. You have a different mindset when you work for yourself. You just do. There is a remaining group of doctors that do work for themselves, they're called concierge doctors, but obviously they treat people who can afford them. They work for themselves, and they don't work for any large health group, I'm old enough to remember when a doctor would come to your house,

Seek the Lost

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Seek the Lost

"Matthew chapter 9 versus 12 to 13, but when he heard it, he said those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick go and learn what this means. I desire mercy and not sacrifice for I came not to call the righteous but sinners. What a statement. This is Jesus speaking right after he's called Matthew tax collector to follow him. And then his gathered at table in Matthew's house with a bunch of other sinners and the pharisees are critical of Jesus for gathering with this group. And he looks at them and he says, those who are well have no need of a physician and he's talking about them. And not that they are actually well, but they think they're well. They think that they are better than these tax collectors and sinners. And he says, I've come for those who are sick. For those who realize they have a sin problem and who see their need for a savior. And he says, go and learn what this means. I desire mercy and not sacrifice for I came not to call the righteous but sinners. There's so much that flows from this picture in Matthew 9. But one particularly way I want to encourage and challenge us is to think about who we hang around with. Jesus was known for hanging around with sinners. He was criticized for hanging around with the spiritually sick and if we're not careful in our lives as followers of Jesus we can become pretty insulated from the world around us. And there's a sense in which this is good to be around brothers and sisters in Christ who are spurring us on toward Christ in order to be in the world but not of the world. We have to be careful about the people in the world who are influencing us at the Bible says that different points come out of the world be separate, be set apart, so yes, let's be wholly at the same time Jesus was holy, yet here he is spending time at table with sinners with people most in need of God's mercy and are you and I spending time at table. Are we spending time hosting? Are we spending time around those who are most in need of God's mercy?

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Bills: Safety Damar Hamlin showing 'remarkable improvement'

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Bills: Safety Damar Hamlin showing 'remarkable improvement'

"There is encouraging news on the condition of the NFL's demar Hamlin. Buffalo Bill's safety demar Hamlin is shown what physicians treating him are calling remarkable improvement over the past 24 hours. The announcement comes three days after the second year player went into cardiac arrest and had to be resuscitated on the field, the bill's statement read in part, while still critically ill, he has demonstrated that he appears to be neurologically intact they added his lungs continue to heal, and he's making steady progress. I'm Shelley Adler

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The Question No One Asks. Is This Vax Related?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:13 min | Last month

The Question No One Asks. Is This Vax Related?

"Experts say, is the same to the secular physician, as thus say at the lord, is to the deeply religious. Okay. Not to me. If experts say it, I assume it's stupid. Okay? I have a totally opposite view of most people. When I hear experts say, the record of quote unquote experts is so bad that I assume they're either lying or just plain foolish. They're not lying about their expertise. If a cardiologist tells me how a hard functions I totally believe him. But when it comes to policy, why does a doctor have any greater judgment? Then a taxi driver. If you're not prepared to perform autopsies on all these people 19 to 24, who are dying, all these men who are dying who had been vaccinated, if you're not even prepared to investigate, then you don't seek truth.

Want to email your doctor? You may be charged for that

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Want to email your doctor? You may be charged for that

"It may be convenient to email or text your doctor about a medical concern, but don't be surprised if you start receiving bills for that service. The explosion of telehealth services, especially during the pandemic, prompted many doctors to switch to online visits and portal messaging. But some hospital systems around the country are now starting to build for those questions. The head of the American medical association says physicians are getting swamped with dozens of inquiries a day. Return messages can cost as little as $3 for Medicare patients. But up to $160 for those without insurance. Cynthia Fisher is the founder of patient rights advocate. She's concerned these new fees could be a barrier that denies medical access. I'm Jackie Quinn

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How Glorifying Suicide Hurts Our Children

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:40 min | 2 months ago

How Glorifying Suicide Hurts Our Children

"This isn't just mason's opinion, technically speaking, it is also the official stance of the AAP, American association of pediatrics. Whose website for parents, healthy children, dot org explicitly warns that quote glorifying suicide can have a contagious effect and inspire others to take their own lives. Reached for comment, linsky expressed regret about her choice of words and said it was never my intent to glorify self harm. But how did this esteemed doctor wind up telling a group of physicians that a teen had as she put it boldly ended her life. In any large organization, some members are bound to hold fringe views, but linsky, who was devoted her career in part to facilitating the gender transition of teenagers, including by challenging state laws that restrict the kinds of treatment, physicians can provide to them, is hardly an outlier at the AAP American association of pediatrics. And the AAP is an organization that matters a great deal founded in 1930 as an offshoot of the American medical association, the AAP is first and foremost a standard setting body. It outlines best practices for the nation's pediatricians. Advises policy makers on public health issues and for many parents is the premier authority. On raising healthy kids.

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Rod Dreher's Warnings From Christians Who Fled Communist Countries

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Rod Dreher's Warnings From Christians Who Fled Communist Countries

"Back in 2015, I think it was. I got a phone call from an American physician who was really frantic. He told me that his mother, who had spent four years in a Czech prison in the 1950s because she refused to stop going to church, she immigrated to America and his lived here most of her life, but she said, son, the things I see happening in America today remind me of what I escaped from. I thought that was really alarmist, but I made a point Jim every time I would travel and I would meet people who had grown up in the Soviet Union or the Soviet bloc and had come to America during the Cold War. I would just ask them are the things you're seeing today. Does it remind you of what you left behind? Every single one of them said yes. And if you talk to them long enough, they get angry that American Christians won't take them seriously. Well, and I think it's important for us to know what that looks like. What are they expressing that we should be concerned about? I mean, for some people, we're so blinded, we don't even see it right in front of us. They've had the experience of seeing a government take control of people's liberties and squash them. And I think that's the right question. What are they seeing? They're seeing cancel culture going everywhere. They're seeing people having to be afraid for their jobs for their livelihoods and for their reputation. Well, and afraid to speak their minds. Exactly. That's a good point. Yeah, exactly. They get on the wrong side of the ideology. And what's interesting about this, Jim, is it's not just coming from the government. It may not at this point even primarily be coming from the government. It's coming for the fact that the left has taken over all of the major institutions of American society, started at the universities and the media. And now let's expand it to big business to sports to law to medicine even the U.S. Military. We call it wokeness. This is a softer form of the totalitarianism they left behind, and these people, these emigres, these precious people who came to this country looking for freedom, they're warning us if you don't step out of your complacent comfortable zone and speak out now and make a preparation for what's coming, it's going to be too late.

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CEO Nate Jones Talks About His Company's Xlear Nasal Spray

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 2 months ago

CEO Nate Jones Talks About His Company's Xlear Nasal Spray

"Very interesting story here. I want to talk about how the Federal Trade Commission is targeting a company for trying to help people. It's remarkable. Nate Jones joins us, CEO of clear, and that is spelled X clear. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Well, hey, thanks for having me. Tell us your story. No, the story is I'm a founder CEO of a clear spell that are, but it's pronounced clear. And we've been selling nasal hygiene products for over two decades since 2000. And most people are familiar with using a saline spray. Ours actually has xylitol in it. It's a sugar molecule that is actually been shown to block bacterial and viral adhesion of a variety of bacteria and viruses. My father's a physician. He started using it in a nasal spray to wash out the airways of young children. In his practice, that we're having recurrent upper respiratory issues. And so we've been doing this for 20 years. And when this pandemic came along, we had a bunch of doctors that were using it for people with COVID and they called us and said, hey, you guys need to look into this. And so we started doing research and trying to find out what was going on there. And what we found in some of these studies and there was a study that came out of university of Tennessee where they showed that xylitol actually was able to block the SARS CoV-2 virus from adhering to the tissue. And so we started we went to the FDA and said, hey, we would like to do a human trial on this and see if it works. And they said, well, no, you're not a drug. You can't do it. We've tried many times. We tried to go into barda. We've tried getting this information into the CDC. And it's just been ignored.

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Telemedicine was made easy during COVID-19. Not any more

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Telemedicine was made easy during COVID-19. Not any more

"Restrictions are returning to telemedicine after it exploded in popularity early in the pandemic I'm Ben Thomas with the closer look The alliance for connected care which advocates for the use of telemedicine since nearly 40 states in Washington D.C. have ended pandemic emergency declarations that made it easier for doctors to use video visits to see patients in another state Now hospitals are warning doctors not to practice medicine in a state where they don't have a license Some states like Virginia have created exceptions for people who have an existing relationship with a physician and a few including Arizona and Florida have generally made it easier But doctors say the patchwork of rules has led some to shut down out of state telemedicine entirely I'm Ben Thomas

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At least 66 US clinics have halted abortions, institute says

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

At least 66 US clinics have halted abortions, institute says

"Dozens of clinics have stopped providing abortions since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned roe V wade an analysis by the good mocker institute found that ever since the U.S. Supreme Court left abortion rights up to the states at least 66 clinics and 15 states have stopped providing abortions with the number of clinics dropping from 79 to 13 the institute a research group that supports abortion rights says nationally there were more than 800 abortion clinics in 2020 the new report does not include data on hospitals and physicians but the institute notes that clinics provide most of the U.S. abortions I'm Donna warder

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Churches defend clergy loophole in child sex abuse reporting

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Churches defend clergy loophole in child sex abuse reporting

"In 33 states clergy are exempt from laws requiring other professionals like teachers and physicians to report information about alleged child abuse For example a recent AP investigation found that a Mormon bishop in Arizona failed to report a church member who had confessed to abuse Court documents revealed that a church lawyer had advised the bishop not to report the alleged abuse to civil authorities because of Arizona's clergy privilege law Over two decades state lawmakers have proposed more than 130 bills that would amend child sex abuse reporting laws to include clergy But they failed due to opposition from religious groups I'm Walter ratliff

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Phil Schwenk: Focused on Students, Not Fake News

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Phil Schwenk: Focused on Students, Not Fake News

"Controversy involves a television station out of Nashville news channel 5 and this is the headline and this will be the launching off point for our conversation. Hillsdale president Larry Arne, who I know. Hillsdale president Larry arn says racism is like sexuality neither should be discussed in the classroom. Now, you guys have been really subjected to a lot of fake news and a lot of smears and slanders by the media in Tennessee. What's going on here? What's the problem? Well, I think you summarized it and what you said. A lot of what we're seeing in the media is false. And it's not true to the work that we're doing in our schools and the hope for our schools. We're very much focused on kids and their education and the classical setting. So a lot of these headlines move away from what our actual causes. We care deeply about kids and their education. So when you start turning into a political commentary about Larry Arne, it's the president hillsdale and issues around racism and sexuality. You're kind of missing some of the core things that we're trying to do and that's established schools for a kids that are 5 to 18 years old in Tennessee. Now,

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Antwane Bohanon: Potential Learning Center in Millington

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Antwane Bohanon: Potential Learning Center in Millington

"You guys at in the process of getting this implemented? Because I think we need this here in the Memphis area and I suspect a lot of other communities might want to look at something like this as well, but where are we here in Memphis? Currently we just had a public hearing with the state Department of Education. That was on the 22nd of last week. So now we have to wait until October the 18th for the final approval. But the funny thing happened. So, the city of millington approached us, certain ones in the city of militant approached us and said, hey, we would like to entertain a conversation about bringing your facility up here. So we're in talks with that. Unique thing about that is if we build from the ground up, like we've been discussing with millington, we can actually build a facility to service 1800 kids. Wow. Which means we will be the largest military charter academy and North America, and we need a school lady way since blue oval city is coming.

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"first physicians" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"first physicians" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Nature, it's not a gift. That's how I call it belonging to the lord. It started very early in life. I mean, I can record even the birth and who was there. You can call your own birth. I can. You mean like in vivid detail? Vivid details are even with the names of who delivered me and everything. And everyday common. I'm sure I've encountered a couple over the years that they could recall some memories, you know, but here it was in detail and I had the encounter actually, I think it's God's will in it in order for me to be able to share a knowledge that is not available when it comes to our fallen nature basically to the original sin itself. Because here, once you take your first breath, you become a separate entity. That's when the ego starts. And I recall that moment, and it's an overwhelming type of experience because it consciousness before it's just an awareness of belonging to God, basically we come from him. And it's so overwhelming for the senses. It drives you actually sort of pushes you into the physical experience. And this was the moment where I was not happy about it, because I suffered separation. When you were a baby. When was born what do you mean you suffered separation? Separation, I felt the separation from God. You know, when this happened, and it was a scar was so deep, that's when I had the first encounter with the lord Jesus. You mean like prior to being born, you feel as though that you were intimately with God and then after being born, you were brought into a space where you felt disconnected from God here on earth? Yeah..

"first physicians" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"first physicians" Discussed on WTOP

"Want to thousands of select originals Audiobooks podcast, the more sign up for free, audible plus trial at audible dot com. Married to pump the WTF traffic Thanks. Very lots of rain to the north and to the east of the district. Let's check in live now. With Storm team for meteorologist Lauren Rickets. You're absolutely right. Little disturbance moving through the area, creating some of those rain showers that we've been seeing all morning sunshine to the south and west, though, and we will continue to see some more sunshine as we go through the day today, specifically this afternoon, But listen, I'm gonna keep a chance of an isolated shower at least through the early afternoon. I think a lot of us will stay dry. But by the mid afternoon and into the evening we're drying Were Sonny almost for everybody. Now, one thing We're windy winds gusting up to 30 Miles an hour. Oh, boy. It's gonna feel brisk out there because that temperature it's going to be in the fifties to right around 60 degrees for daytime highs or average temperature is 75 for this time of year. A little brisk today but again, just chances of rain as we go into the early afternoon overnight, clear skies, sandwiches, thirties and forties. Now we cloud up again right before daybreak. And then tomorrow one of clowns around for your mother's Day, maybe a few passing showers, especially north and west of D. C. We head into your wall to be in the mid sixties tomorrow heading into Monday. We're around 70 mix of sun and clouds, Few passing showers and so breezy Tuesday. Finally, we'll get some of that sunshine. And it's going to be nice on Tuesday again when temperatures back in the mid sixties right now we've got 49 in Washington. Gaithersburg in 42 minutes is that 45 Lauren? Thank you. 47 degrees outside the W T o P Studios and friendship Heights brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs. 20 D C Metro area medical centers. It's 8 42 planning for this year's rolling to remember Bikers Event in D C, which is set for Memorial Day weekend is moving ahead. Even though there's.

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"first physicians" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"first physicians" Discussed on WTOP

"Alternating On the bridge until they move it off in Virginia 3 95 95 66 each running well, Bob in the double d t o p traffic and now to Storm Team four meteorologist Let's see who the way who do we have tonight? Um, Mike Stanford. There is that winter weather advisory Far northern and Western suburbs until seven in the morning on Tuesday, But there's not gonna be much ice accumulation across most of the regime. You're really gonna get about 1500 ft. Have any real problems of ice. So some rain showers nights and patchy fog. Rain could be mixing some freezing rain across the northern and western suburbs. But for the most part, Isis not could be a big deal for us the brain's gonna end by sunrise on always being the low to mid thirties. Racial Probably. They're mostly cloudy on Tuesday. A breezy day could be a passing shower in the afternoon and has a bee in the mid forties to lower fifties. Skies will cloud up after some morning sun on Wednesday. As being the mid thirties. We'll see Snow developing Western and will continue on Thursday. May makes us sleep in freezing rain highs on Thursday. I'll be in the thirties, partly sunny by Friday, with highs in the low to mid forties. I'm storm team for meteorologist Mike Stanford 35. Now in Sterling 36 in Oxon Hill 36 degrees of the WARF in D. C. Brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs. 20 D C Metro area medical centers. It's 7 40 of far right Social Media network that went dark after the Capitol riot. Has found a new online home that was on Web services suspending parlor after reports that some of the capital rioters used the platform to organize their activities. Google and Apple also.

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"first physicians" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"first physicians" Discussed on WTOP

"And get two free windows for every two you buy. Call 866 99 Nation today Rick McClure. W T OBY traffic Thank you. Now let's get your storm team for four day forecast and caught up on that inclement weather coming into the area. Here's NBC for Samara Theodore. Cloudy tonight, with temperatures falling into the low thirties tomorrow, waking up to dry conditions for that Monday morning commute. Exchange in the afternoon. As we anticipate rain to move into from the Southwest, that rain will likely be the main story south of Washington, D. C. But north of D. C. We could be looking at some freezing rain and Monday night into Tuesday morning and even a bit of light snow not much in the way of accumulation, however, but that would be along the Mason Dixon line and counties that border that line. Aziz Well is our northwestern suburbs by Tuesday highs in the upper thirties. We are drying out in the afternoon from rain showers Wednesday, partly sunny with highs in the mid forties than tracking another storm system that has the potential to bring Some snow Wednesday night through Thursday again that is subject to change. It's a storm we are watching. If it stays farther south, we may end up on the dryer, and if it pushes farther north, we have a greater chance of snow. I'm starting for meteorologists tomorrow, Theodore tomorrow Thank you. 33 degrees of Manassas, Virginia. 32 Frederick, Maryland, still 37 degrees, though, and Metro Center in northwest Washington. Brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab test and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers. It's 8 41. Lots of people talking about the differences between the police response for the Black lives matter protests last spring and the capital Riot. This week's edition of W T. O P s podcast colors, a dialogue and on racing in America. We talked to Rachel Chasson of The Washington Post, Chris Corange, AJ Green point out that she covered both responses..

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"first physicians" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"first physicians" Discussed on WTOP

"A loop. North and I 95 rent to the inner loop. Still, with that crash, blocking the left side of the roadway. I'm Rob Stallworth, w T o p traffic and now the storm team for meteorologists. Lauren Rick. It's beautiful, but it is a little breezy. Oh, yeah, Those winds are gusting up in over 35 miles an hour at times temperatures only in the thirties. The wind, chills, teens and twenties will continue a sunshine for the remainder of the day. Clear skies into the overnight and then the winds settled down after about six or seven o'clock tonight. Cold start tomorrow morning with teens and Twenties and then tomorrow right around 40 degrees quiet. Plenty of sunshine. Light winds wintry mix, moving in through mid day on a Monday that will continue as we head into Tuesday. Some rain showers on Tuesday. Both days travel is gonna be tricky. I'm starting for meteorologist Lauren Records. 32 degrees son Capitol Hill brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D C. Metro area medical centers. It's 1 41. Least in Prince George's County have released the name of a 16 year old who was shot and killed. On Thursday. He's Angel Villatoro of Hyattsville, who was shot while in a vacant apartment in Langley Park. The two other teenagers charged in his death, or 17, year old Nelson Perez and 19 year old Joshua Dorado. Both are charged with first degree murder. Police say they're also facing attempted murder charges. Police say they returned after the shooting and fired a gun at an officer who was there at the scene investigating Northern Virginia company says it helped police closed dozens of cold cases all over the country last year. Terrebonne Nano Labs arrested based company that analyzes DNA's says it helps all 50 cold cases for police departments around the country in 2020, typically these air, very violent crimes that have not been able to be solved because that person Has either died or has managed not to commit.

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

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"With Allstate you could really say, Find out just how much you can save today Visit an Allstate agent. Or all ST dot com. Married to pump the W T o p traffic storm team force Lauren Records. We've got a lot going on. Starting with these cold temperatures this weekend. You're right. And in fact, this is probably about the quiet it is gonna be over the next I would say 7 to 10 days even though we have the winds today, Yeah. Blustery winds out of the Northwest gusting up to about 35 Miles an hour temperatures only in the thirties. So that means wind chills in the teens and twenties throughout the day, Wendell settle down after six PM tonight We are Why it through tomorrow. Temperatures tomorrow, right around 40 degrees, lighter winds, increasing clouds. One thing I do want to mention out there Right now We've got a few flurries in Ortho DC and through Maryland. So you may see a few snowflakes if you're driving around right now, especially if you're north of D. C. Otherwise dry tomorrow. Monday, Tuesday, likely weather alert. It's going to be tricky Travel Monday and Tuesday. Now Monday morning looks fine. But as we go through the mid morning and into the afternoon, sleet, freezing rain, rain and snow began to push into the area from the South and west. Really, depending on where you are. Depends on what you're gonna get it any time at one or two degree swing and temperatures. It's also going to dictate what you're going to see. There's gonna be a very, very tight line. I do believe, of course, well, South and East, you're going to probably stay all rain. But once you get north towards I 66 towards route 50 in Maryland. That's when you start to see some changes. Whether it be sleeps and freezing rain and snow. We're gonna keep chances of that through Monday afternoon. Through Monday night into Tuesday morning, tapering off Tuesday afternoon Tuesday, mainly looks like rain for everybody is temperatures are going to be in the upper thirties and forties, but it could transition to a little bit of snow before it all moves out Wednesday. A few snow showers and then another system on Thursday and Thursday system looks like snow wind chills right now 23 in Washington. Gaithersburg, 19 Call Pepper Manassas 22 brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D C. Metro area medical centers. It's 6.

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"Today for a free inspection. 888888 home or visit home, paramount dot com. Jack Taylor, w T o P. Traffic and Mike Stanford has our forecast A cold front move across the region today. Very little cloud cover with this front so good deal of sunshine. It is gonna turn rather breezy as the front pushes through and highs will be in the mid to upper forties so colder than yesterday's 55, but still a bit above average. It'll be clear and colder overnight and also in the upper teens to mid twenties. Ah, good deal of sunshine but windy and sharply colder on Saturday highs on Saturday. Only in the low to mid thirties windshields would be in the single digits and teens for much of the day. That's a sunshine breeze it and the weekend on Sunday Hi Separate 30 Slower forties. We'll see rain developing on Monday that rain made mixed with their change over to snow, sleet and freezing rain, especially across the northern and Western suburbs. Highs on Monday will be in the mid to upper thirties. I'm stomping for meteorologist Mike Stanford, just 26 degrees and Chantilly 36 in Penn Quarter and 37 right now in Colombia, brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers. 41 now, and President Joe Biden wants to extend the last remaining nuclear arms control treaty between the U. S and Russia, which is set to expire in less than two weeks. Russian President Vladimir Putin, through a spokesperson said that Russia is in favor of extending the pact and is waiting to see the details of the U. S proposal. The White House said that yesterday that Biden has proposed to Russia a five year extension of the new start treaty. That treaty signed in 2010 limits each country to no more than 1550 deployed nuclear warheads. It expires February. 5th, the Pennsylvania woman.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"By Fitzgerald Auto Mall shop fits first and Save money. Choose from thousands of used cars and trucks visit fit small dot com That's the fits way. I'm Rita Kessler. W T o P. Traffic. All right, Let's check in with Storm Team Force Lauren Rickets Highs today in the low to mid forties wind chills and the twenties and low thirties. Yes, that wind gusting up to about 40 miles an hours settling down after six PM tonight. Few flurries few light snow showers today as we head through Thursday and Friday, still breezy, partly sunny Tampa Teachers in the 40 some storms before meteorologist Lauren Records 39 degrees in Washington. It is breezy and chili. Brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers on this inauguration Day on w T o P 12 41. CBS News Special Report a message of unity from President Joe Biden at his inauguration. We can join forces. Stop the shouting and lower the temperature. For that unity. There is no peace on Lee bitterness and fury, Mr Biden just sworn in as the nation's 46th president. He says he'll defend the country's democracy, vowing to work for the public good, not personal interests. We have much to do. This winter of peril. Significant possibilities much to repair much to restore much to heal much to build and much to gain. Kamila Harris making history as the first woman to be vice president, and the first person of color.

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02:14 min | 2 years ago

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"Five star heating experts that crop Metcalfe 100 gold crap or crop Metcalf. Com Bob IN the W T o P Trap Storm team 44 Day forecast With Amelia Drink. We'll have low temperatures tonight. Falling into the upper twenties to mid thirties under mainly clear skies for tomorrow up, blustery day for inauguration is Winds gust up to 35 Miles an hour will have windchills in the twenties and thirties with highs only in the upper thirties to mid forties. So colder than today. In addition to that, some flurries maybe some isolated snow showers are possible through the mid day hours. No accumulation just conversational otherwise partly to mostly sunny skies, partly to mostly stunning on Thursday in breezy a times with Eyes in the mid forties, too. Low fifties low to mid forties and a bit breezy on Friday, Sonny over the weekend but cold with highs in the low to mid thirties on Saturday and mid to Upper thirties on Sunday. I'm strong Team four meteorologist Amelia Draper until he has 28 Penn Quarter 37 32 degrees in Colombia dropping in the twenties tonight were brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D C. Metro area medical centers. 10 40 more people who are at the Capitol during the deadly attack there nearly two weeks ago have tested positive for the coronavirus. The New York Times reports at least 19 Capitol police officers have either tested positive or have learned through contact tracing that they were exposed to the new virus. It's coming from three people familiar with the situation. One of them tells the paper that Capitol police officers are being given rapid coronavirus tests in the wake of what happened two weeks ago tomorrow. At least seven members of Congress have also tested positive for Cove it since the siege as the U. S battles a record number of new infections. President elect Biden has nominated pediatrician Rachel Levin to be his assistant secretary of health. Levin is currently Pennsylvania's top health official. She will become the country's first openly transgender federal official, if confirmed by the U. S. Senate. Five of President elect Joe Biden's Cabinet picks for the state Treasury, Homeland Security and defense departments, as well as the director of national intelligence begin their confirmation hearing Now, CBS News White House correspondent Nancy Cordes.

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Lane is bought with the utility work with all say you can really save. Find out just how much you can save today. Visit all ST dot com or call an agent to get a quote. I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic, and now the storm team forced Chuck Bell. Skies have already turned gray across much of the region and rain. Chances are coming. So be ready for that first drop should be arriving in the Shenandoah Valley over the next hour or two. Most likely time for rain in and around Washington starts around five or six o'clock this afternoon and goes up to about midnight will dry out and skies will clear a bit after midnight, but Saturday morning will turn cloudy once again and a chance for a passing rain shower to tomorrow afternoon highs in the low to mid forties. Dry weather but staying chili for Sunday and Monday I'm Storm Team four meteorologist Chuck Bell for w T. O p 46 degrees right now in Washington, brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab test and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers 12 41. There are major changes on Metro service ahead of the inauguration next week, beginning today and lasting through next Thursday. Metro will be closing 13 stations inside the Capitol Security perimeter. 11 stations are closed today and another two will close tomorrow. Also beginning today. Trains are operating on a Saturday schedule with Red Line trains running one every 12 minutes. All other lines running every 15 minutes. Busses air on a normal schedule for now, but they will be on a Saturday schedule on Inauguration Day. Of course, there are a lot of street closures as well. Near.

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03:17 min | 2 years ago

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"At Metro Center Roger you by patient first physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers. It's a 41 on many lawmakers and DC's attorney general are living that federal law enforcement was not prepared for the riotous siege of the U. S Capitol Wednesday. Virginia Senator Mark Warner says their goals were made clear on social media. This mom Led by disinformation oftentimes emanating from Donald Trump was gathered, fomented and organized on social media platforms. W T. O P is dead. Feinstein and Mark Lewis talked with former ambassador Marc Ginsberg, president of the Coalition for a Safer Web about whether the stuff circulating online inspired the violence. There's no doubt about it that the amount and magnitude of extremist incitement was of such significance that we issued three separate press release warnings before January, 6th warning that not only was the president inciting violence, but its surrogates were hopping on all other top of force, right friends, media sites and egging on his most cult like supporters to come to Washington for these demonstrations, But most of all, Warmly. The vory types of intercepts that we found included instigators and mob leaders who were educating their followers. Where and how to bring weapons into Washington. Mark what kind of platforms are we talking about here? And are there legal ramifications? Is anyone culpable in answer to your first question? Unfortunately, the media not of course, my favorite w T o P, but The national media has not focused enough attention on the fringe platforms that Trump and his followers congregate on. Many of them had been booted off of Twitter and Facebook, so they've congregated to major platforms such as parlor. Me, We discord names that in the alphabet soup of fringe platforms, almost no one has heard off now in response, unfortunately, just like these major platforms in their managers don't have content liability. Under section 2 30 of the Communications Decency Act. So where hundreds of thousands of extremists and Trump supporters now congregate, for example on parlor, their management and the people who fund them, including Rebecca Mercer of the Mercer Foundation. They boast that there's no guard rails on their social media sites to at all, edit any of the content that is on there, And that's because Section 2 30 of the Communications Decency Act with Congress. Has not changed permits them to do that. We just Ambassador Marc Ginsberg, president of the Coalition for a Safer Web. The New York Times reporting Now that Apple is joining Google in removing parlor from its APP store for not addressing threats of violence coming from the extreme right still ahead on w T o p strong words about the management or mismanagement of one of the Chesapeake Bay's most important fish. NFL playoffs. The Washington football team sports in one minute One would be great. If Holmes came with the check Shingles light..

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Left causing maybe a brief slowdown to come apart. Your crash was on Carol Avenue between University Boulevard in Merrimack Drive. Police are still there handling the traffic direction. I'm Joe Comma, wtlv traffic and out of Storm Team four. Meteorologist Samara, Theodore. Cold night ahead of us says temperatures drop into the twenties and thirties. It's been a bit breezy for Saturday, and it's going to stay that way Saturday night. Sort of feel colder, at times, mostly clear, quiet conditions tomorrow. Good deal of sunshine again for our Sunday Sunday just slightly warmer, with highs in the mid to upper forties for a lot more of us. Sunday night were cold again as temperatures drop below freezing. Monday, mostly sunny highs on Monday in the mid to upper forties Monday night. There's about a 20 to 30% chance of seeing some rain showers, DC southward and then maybe a few flakes north of the Beltway. But again, that's the lower end. It could be mainly dry throughout the region Tuesday, drying and partly sunny with highs in the mid to upper forties. I'm 17 for meteorologists tomorrow, Theodore 40 degrees in Manassas. It's 37 Frederick 41. Degrees at Metro Center Roger you by patient first physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers. It's a 41 on many lawmakers and DC's attorney general are living that federal law enforcement was not prepared for the riotous siege of the U. S Capitol Wednesday..

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

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"In Southeast the check brought to you five patient first physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers. Nice to have you here at 7 40, a Wisconsin pharmacist, told police He tried to ruin hundreds of doses of Corona virus vaccine because he felt the medication wasn't safe. It's what a prosecutor says today. The pharmacist in Grafton, Wisconsin, 20, Miles north of Milwaukee, was arrested last week after close to 60 vials of Madonna vaccine were ruined. That's enough to inoculate more than 500 people. The head of the medical group for the final pharmacist works says the man admitted deliberately taking the vials out of the refrigerator overnight two nights in a row. The pharmacist has been fired. Charges are pending, and the FBI and F DEA are investigating British Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordering another covert related lockdown affecting millions of people there with cases and numbers spiking. The prime minister told the British people the health system has reached its limits. Hospitals are on the move pressure from Kobe There were any time since the start of the pendant and with new, more contagious Cove. It's strange likely to result in additional searches. Boris Johnson said. Action must be taken, The staff will go into a national look down, which is tough enough. Contain this. Barry Johnson's lockdown announcement covers England. Scotland's leader, though, has imposed a similar lockdown. Steve Futterman, CBS News 7 41. Most major Hollywood releases were delayed last year due to the pandemic as we look ahead, what are the most anticipated film slated for 2021? It's gonna wt o p. Film critic Jason Frankly. Get ready for LeBron James in the space. Jen C for LeBron, Shall we? Oh, you're on Buddy Boy. Craig delivers his final bond in no time. Where's double 07 Bond. James Superheroes Return.

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02:01 min | 2 years ago

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"No problems on north downside of I 95 hour 3 95 as you make your way between Fredericksburg and the 14th Street Bridge. I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o p. Traffic, not a storm Team four meteorologist Lauren Rickets temperatures today in the thirties and forties, well above freezing. We're going to continue to see some more rain. Pushing in through the middle part of the morning and into the early afternoon will keep a chance for a few showers up until about 45 o'clock tonight. It's not gonna be that steady rain that we had this morning. More shower like, But please be careful. There's a little bit of flooded out there. Some of the bridges, ramps and overpasses could be a little placed over his well heading into this evening. We drive Out plenty of clouds. Your Monday Tuesday plenty of clowns low to mid forties. Then by Wednesday, we return to sunshine with breezy conditions. I'm storm team for meteorologist Morn Rick. It's 40 in Annandale, 40 in college Park 34 this morning and all the brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers 10 41 In Houston, nine males escape from a house where they were being held for money to pay back their traffickers. The group reportedly ran into a restaurant and that When police were called. Assistant Chief James Jones also says there were at the home 50 other victims, including women, Children. When we got back with the suspect in the other victims were gone. Police are looking for three or four suspects last year goes down is an especially deadly one in the nation's capital. The district saw 198 homicides in 2020, the highest since 248 people were killed in 2004 homicides have increased by 64% over the last three years. Homicides include the tragic shooting of Carmelo Duncan in December. The one year old boy was shot while he was writing in the back seat of a car driven by his dad. No one has been arrested. In that case, Homicide surged in 2020, but overall violent crime did see a slight decrease compared to 2019. That is mainly because of a large decrease of robberies. Luke.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"60% off all furniture groups, plus free delivery and no interest financing and Ashley Home Store in Crawford. W T o P. Traffic, Thanks E'en and now to storm team for meteorologist Mike Sten of Heard Advisory continues until one in the morning, along and west of the Blue Ridge that includes Washington and Frederick County, Maryland. And northern Fuck here, and Western Latin counties in Virginia, often on rain showers will continue to around one in the morning with some pockets of freezing rain, well, north and well West. No real travel issues but watch out for some slippery bridges and overpasses. Overnight areas of dense fog as temperatures rise through the forties during the day on Saturday morning, clouds and fog some afternoon sunshine, It'll be much warmer and rather breezy, or highs of racial 55 to 60 a chance of showers on Sunday with a cold front This chance of rain before noon. Colder house will be in the mid forties Monday and Tuesday, partly to mostly sunny and temperatures of being the low to mid forties. Both days. I'm storm team for meteorologist Mike Stanford 37 degrees in Annandale. It's 38 in college Park and 36 degrees in the district brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers. It's 11 41. Prince George's County has already recorded It's first murder of the new year. Police responded to what was described as a cutting around one this morning on 15th Avenue in Langley Park, where a man was found dead. No other details At this time. It was a violent year for the district. A city that struggled with the crone of Iris.

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

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"I C and Microsoft accelerate your cloud Evolution start further at S C i c dot com slash Microsoft. Dave told I wt dopey traffic and now to Storm Team four meteorologist Mike Sten Afeard. I watch weather advisory continues well to the western north along in the west of the Blue Ridge. For the next several hours. Showers will end around midnight still could be some pockets of freezing rain, well, north and well west after midnight areas of dense fog as temperatures rise through the forties, morning clouds and fog on Saturday then we'll break out of sunshine, a much warmer day High's 55 to 60. Showers on Sunday. Colder highs mid forties partly the most astounding Monday and Tuesday highs in the mid to upper forties. I'm storm team for meteorologist Mike Standiford 36 now in Annandale. It's 37 in college Park and 35 degrees in the district brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers. It's 6 40. The new Here brings new babies to the neighborhood. The first baby of the new year at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring was born at 12 21 Shady Grove Medical Center in Rockville, delivered a baby shortly after at 12 30 Mom, Michelle Vecino Coleman and her husband, Ricardo, Welcome to £6.12 ounce 20 inch long boy. Jordan blamed the feeling right now is the length of really Enjoy an English. She dressed Springbrook High School in Silver Spring, Michelle said. Her baby came two weeks early, and both baby and mom are healthy. It's more significant. Now, I think than ever just kind of look forward and count your blessings. White Oak Medical Center in Silver Spring delivered avoid to 11 and Medstar Washington Hospital Center also delivered a boy at 3 51 calorie bonked. W. T O P News. New Year's Day is often seen as an opportunity for a fresh start for the year ahead. But the Washington dioceses reminding Everyone did take.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Oxon Hill in Eastern Avenue. Nothing complicated there for you, 6 25 and 3 95 between the 11th Street Bridge in the 14th Street Bridge. Also moving well each way. I'm Jo Conway wtlv traffic, not a storm team for Brianna Berman solo, mostly cloudy skies today ahead of heavy rainfall later on this afternoon. Big storm system headed our way will bring rain throughout the region for the rest of the day through the overnight period drying out by midnights to the northwest of Washington. Watch for Isis. Freezing rain is possible Saturday. Fog to start will see highs much warmer than today. Today we're in the mid to upper thirties tomorrow upper fifties to run 60 degrees on. We'll see sunshine, returning to the forecast by tomorrow afternoon cloudy with rain cooler forties on Sunday. I'm starved him for meteorologist free environment so low temperatures around the Washington area. We've got 35 this morning in Chantilly 36 in Colombia. Downtown 37 degrees in Penn Quarter forecast is brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab test and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers. It's 9 40, the FBI raids, a three acre farm and bad acts. Michigan. Seizing a large amount of evidence against some suspected white supremacist. Law enforcement sources confirm that the list of items is contained in a search warrant. It has not yet been unsealed. The three acre farm and bad acts is where Justin Watkins lived. He is the accused leader of the base, and it is alleged that he was operating a hate camp from members of the group. As we've reported.

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